Rockfalls from the dome (29 - 31 Jan 2010)
Zoom on the summit, with many vents releasing rolling red blocks.
A few seconds later, new vents become active at right.
A long cascade of rolling blocks from the main vent at left.
Dense column of ash and steam from the biggest rolling blocks.
A massive rockfall in White's Ghaut follows the path of pyroclastic flows.
The vent active on the dome's Northern side releases voluminous rockfalls.
Rolling blocks uplift dense ash which is then blown away by a strong wind.
The same rockfalls on the north flank as seen from MVO from the NW.
The beginning of another rockfall from the northern vent.
Huge ash cloud uplifted by the incandescent rolling blocks.
Minor rockfalls in a serene full moon night.
Ash uplifted by the rolling blocks.
|Photos by Marco Fulle taken with 50mm, 135mm and 300mm lenses (reflex digicam with 16x24mm sensor).|